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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

SETTING THE TABLE – FOR TENNIS

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (St. Johnson’s Village, Basseterre) – Table tennis, anyone? The St .Kitts-Nevis Table Tennis Association (SKNTTA), hosted a training workshop for umpires...

U-20 FOOTBALL TEAM DEFEATS ARUBA, 3-2

Information courtesy of the SKNFA (Aruba) – The Federation started off with a win. The St. Kitts-Nevis U-20 National Football Team won its first match 3-2...

CRICKET BOARD PLANS FOR THE FUTURE

Story courtesy of the West Indies Cricket Board (Antigua) - West Indies Cricket will once more be at the pinnacle of World Cricket.  This key...

West Indies Tourist 11 Set for 2018 Pakistan Return

A full-strength West Indies team is expected to land in Lahore next March, depending on security at the time, for a three-match Twenty20 series...

St. Kitts wins ten straight

By Anastasha Elliott St. Kitts won its 10th straight championship last weekend in the 2006 Leeward Islands Track and Field Youth meet in Nevis. The meet...

Pakistani senator blames Jamaica, says security was lax at team hotel

By KARYL WALKER A Pakistani senator on Monday blamed lax Cricket World Cup security in Jamaica for the murder of former Pakistan national cricket coach...

St. Thomas’ Primary Does It Again As Interprimary Champions

The cracking sounds of fireworks, filled the air and for a moment, the atmosphere at the ET Willet Park, was reflected in the brightly...

Technical Director Lake U20 a learning process

By Loshaun Dixon Basseterre, St. Kitts-Technical Director of the St. Kitts Nevis Football Association (SKNFA) Lenny Lake is looking back at the Federation’s performance at...

Development Bank rallies round the Leeward Islands Women Cricket team

Press Release Basseterre, St. Kitts (July 4, 2016) -- The West Indies are the world champions in women cricket, but not a single of the players...

St. Kitts too much for Wadadli All Stars

Basketball city was near capacity on Sunday evening as the St. Kitts Amateur Basketball Association staged it’s grand launch and official opening ceremony for...

St. Kitts And Nevis Patriots Continue To Support A Number Of...

Press Release Basseterre, St. Kitts, August 11, 2016 (SKNIS):  Though the St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots Cricket Team did not perform as expected during the...

SKN in the hunt for more medal at World Relays

By Loshaun Dixon Basseterre, St. Kitts-Five athletes and one coach from St. Kitts and Nevis have been selected to represent the federation at the third...

Nisbett claims another successful Aquatic Sports Meet

Adolphus Jones who won many races in the adult categories and Tavia Phipps who dominated the female events highlighted the annual Basil Henderson Easter...

OLYMPIC PRESIDENT TO VISIT FEDERATION

By Teshell Samuel Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) – The president of the International Olympic Committee will be visiting the federation in March, although the reason...

Dr. William Connor Makes It Three Straight

For the third straight year the Dr. William Connor Primary School has showcased its athletic supremacy, running away with the Rams Primary Championships. ...

HOW SERIOUS ARE WE ABOUT CRICKET?

While some are asking why aren’t the crowds turning out at Grove Park to watch the cricket, I am asking, are those in authority...

No Warner Park Don’t Stop No Football Show

The Observer No Warner Park. No problem, said Spencor Amory, General Secretary of the St. kitts Football Association. “It just gives us the opportunity to extend...

CHARLESTOWN REPEATS AS MINI-OLYMPIC CHAMPS

By John Denny Observer Nevis Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) – They all ran hard and they all played hard, but only one school could take home the...

SKABA under new management

By Kevin Davis St. Kitts Office Manager Glen ‘Ghost’ Phillip has been appointed St. Kitts Amateur Basketball Association (SKABA) president. The basketball veteran received tremendous support during...

Cayon unravels the Lady Tuff Knot

Kemar Herbert, Shacarma Warner and Dyana Mitchel had 13,11 and 10 points respectively for Cayon. SKABA Female League had two match-ups featuring Horsford Ghetto Roots...

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